Steve Jobs Macworld 2008 Keynote Live Coverage and Announcements

Macworld 2008 Keynote

Today is the big day for the Apple universe. All eyes are on Moscone Center in San Francisco for the Stevenote, Steve Jobs annual Macworld 2008 Keynote.

By far the best live coverage each year comes from Ryan Block and his awesome crew at Engadget: Live from Macworld 2008: Steve Jobs keynote (refresh)

Justine Ezarik is attempting to live stream the keynote.

Of course Fake Steve Jobs will be live blogging his fake keynote as well as posting to Twitter.

Here’s a roundup of live Macworld 2008 coverage:


Fake Steve Jobs + FSJ on Twitter


Ars Technica + Ars Technica on Twitter



Wired Gadget Lab


Daily Tech Talk

The Mac Observer

Major announcements from the keynote:

Time Capsule (companion to Time Machine) an Airport Extreme base station with internal hard drive

iPhone software upgrade (release of v1.1.3) & new iTouch software

iTunes Movie Rentals, all major studios on board

Apple TV Take 2 (free software upgrade), online rental of DVD quality or HD movies with Dolby 5.1 surround

MacBook Air, the world’s thinnest notebook (here’s more info)

See Previously: Macworld 2008: Keynote, Rumors, Predictions, Events & Parties

UPDATE 1: Macword 2008 coverage is crashing servers left and right. Twitter went down within the first 10 minutes.

UPDATE 2: This year’s keynote did not include Jobs’ normal “One more thing” at the end.

UPDATE 3: Apple has posted their video of the Macworld 2008 keynote.

UPDATE 4: If you don’t have time to watch the full 90 minute keynote, Mahalo Daily has just the solution, The Steve Jobs 90 Minute Keynote (in 60 Seconds).